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and is not widely known. Luxembourgish is, however, increasingly used in written domains, particularly the new media (see e.g. de Bres/Franziskus 2014), with wide orthographic variation. Present in 11.5 % of advertisements in the data, Luxembourgish was not a major language of advertising in L’essentiel but its presence is significant given its more recent use as a written language. When used, Luxembourgish appeared most often in minimal forms (e.g. slogans in advertisements otherwise in French), but was sometimes used more extensively (e.g. some stretches

/fixers-the-crucial-connection-for-foreign-journalists/ Lenger, A., Schneikert, C., & Schumacher, F. (2013). Pierre Bourdieus Konzeption des Habitus. Grundlagen, Zugänge, Forschungsperspektiven. Wiesbaden. Lenzner, B. (2014). Emerging Forms of Citizen Video Activism: Challenges in Documentary Storytelling & Sustainability. Proceedings of the Interactive Narra- tives, New Media & Social Engagement International Conference. Toronto. Leonhardt, D. (01. 12 1999). Have Laptop, Will Upload for Dinner. Abgerufen am 01. 12 2016 von The New York Times: jobs

pertaining to transplantation, organ donation, and brain death are found, if at all, in new media accounts. This is because Internet publications are not subject to the control of the Printing Presses and Publication Act from 1984, but to the Communications and Multimedia Act from 1998, which stipulates free flow of information in cyberspace (Leong 2014: 1f. and Whiting et al. 2014: 14). However, restrictions of freedom of the press in the Internet are often introduced through the Internal Security Act 1960 or the Sedition Act from 1948, in the form of prosecution

Zugang erhält, sich an politischen und sozialen Diskursen zu beteiligen, wächst nicht nur die Interaktivität des Sender- 65 Vgl. Birringer, Thomas/ Stever, Inka: Die Rolle der Medien in der arabischen Welt. Regi- onalprogramm Golfstaaten, Veranstaltungsbeitrag der Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, 2011. 66 Vgl. Abu-Lughod 2006; vgl. Birringer/ Stever 2011; vgl. Ghareeb, Edmund: „New media and the information revolution in the Arab World. An assessment“, in: Middle East Jour- nal, 54 (3) 2000, S. 395-418, S. 400

moralische Autonomie, Frankfurt am Main 1986, S. 33- 53. DURKHEIM, Émile: Der Selbstmord, Frankfurt am Main 1990. DURKHEIM, Émile: Über soziale Arbeitsteilung, Frankfurt am Main 1992. EICKELMAN, Dale F./ ANDERSON, John W. (Hg.): New media in the Muslim World. The emerging public sphere, Bloomington [u. a.] ²2003. 384 | Jugend und Gender in Marokko EISENSTADT, Shmuel N.: From generation to generation. Age groups and social structure, New Brunswick [u. a.] 32009. ELGER, Ralf (Hg.): Kleines Islam-Lexikon. Geschichte. Alltag. Kultur, Bonn 2006. ELTAHAWY, Mona: „The

and pro- duction practices, and the four modes presented here are by no means mutually ex- clusive. In contrast, they are characterised by their fluidness and by recombining different set of research practices and writing styles; they thus defy strict demarca- tion. Professional media practices are incorporated in blog production and repro- duced; yet at the same time, they are blurred and opened up for political activist agendas and subjective experiences. Against this background, I will now relate the production modes to research on new media production

Digital Age’, New Media & Society 9 (1): 93-110. Smith, Daniel J. 2008. A Culture of Corruption: Everyday Deception and Popular Discontent in Nigeria. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Whitty, Monica. 2013. ‘The Scammers Persuasive Techniques Model: Develop- ment of a Stage Model to Explain the Online Dating Romance Scam’, British Journal of Criminology 53 (4): 665-684. Whitty, Monica and Tom Buchanan. 2012. ‘The Online Romance Scam: a Se- rious Cybercrime’, Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking 15 (3): 181-183.

Tradition und Kommerz, in J. Mittag/J.-U. Nieland (Hg.), Das Spiel mit dem Fußball. Interessen, Pro- jektionen und Vereinnahmungen, Essen: Klartext, S. 499-519. Boltanski, L. (1976): Die soziale Verwendung des Körpers, in D. Kam- per/V. Rittner (Hg.), Zur Geschichte des Körpers, München/Wien: Carl Hanser Verlag, S. 205-233. Bourdieu, P. (1982): Die feinen Unterschiede. Kritik der gesellschaftlichen Urteilskraft, Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp. Boyle, R./Haynes, R. (2004): Football in the New Media Age, London/New York: Routledge. Bühler, A. W. (2006): Die

World  – Saving, Deleting and Resurfacing Data, Linz: 2016, S. 68–79, hier S. 79. 9 Zum Transdisziplinaritätsverständnis im Vorgängerprojekt RhyCycling vgl. Cavie- zel, Flavia/Hagmann, Sabine: »Modes of Collaboration: A Conversation between Sabine Hagmann and Flavia Caviezel Conducted via Skype about the Research and Exhibition Project RhyCycling«, in: Media-N, Journal of the New Media Cau- cus 10:1 (2014); Caviezel, Flavia: »Deep Involvement: On Transformation Processes Related to the RhyCycling Project«, in: Wolfgang Jonas/Sarah Zerwas/Kristof von

thoughts, some- times charged with emotions, or “romantic stuff”, does not pose a problem (see above). Rather, he understands it as a “normal development” in the new media (see ibid.). He thereby takes up the McLuhanian notion of the ‘global village’ that is electronically connected. Yet, what he puts in the window, i.e. makes public for others to see, remains his choice. Khodor is not interested in controlling his writings too much. He sometimes writes his blog posts when he feels “real anger”, as he told me: “I don’t read them afterwards, not another time